Congratulations on being invited in for two interviews! Companies typically have slightly different terms for each phase in an interview process, so it's hard to know exactly what they mean by "reviewing all applications." If you had a primary point of contact (recruiter or hiring manager) who you worked with to set up your interviews, I recommend reaching out to them to see if they have an update for you in relation to your candidacy for the position.
Unfortunately, there is not a way to determine how long the hiring/application process can take at any given company. Typically speaking, if the role is no longer available on the website, it is likely they have a candidate identified. Resume Received is generally the first step and yes, under review is usually a good sign meaning they will be looking deeper at your resume/skill sets, but this does not guarantee someone will be reaching out to you. Keep applying!
In our onboarding process it means you are still being considered for the position. My suggestion ifollow-up with the recruiter and reiterate how interested you are in the role. Good Luck!
Great question! If you haven't had any communications with them in a couple of weeks, absolutely reach out with a follow-up email. Nice touch on the thank you note, but this email should focus on the status of your candidacy. With the elapsed time, you don't seem too eager, and you want to make sure you stay in touch to ensure your interest is conveyed to the hiring team. Best of luck!
I would focus on the company's core values, mission statement, leadership team and products. Company culture is key to placing yourself in a positive, successful environment. Each of these categories contribute to a company's overall culture and value proposition for you personally.
Search the company's web site, GlassDoor.com, and any other sites where there may be information about the company. Take note of the real world things that are happening at the company and ask questions about them. For example, you may find that a company recently rolled out a new product and you can ask something like 'I see that you recently launched XYZ product. Are there any other markets that ABC company is trying to break into'.
Interviews of any type can be nerve-wracking. The key to sounding confident is knowing what you are talking about...you. The interview is about you, what your story is and what you want out of a career. There is nothing that they are going to ask you in a professional interview with a reputable company that should be a shock to you. Review your resume, make sure to note for each position a key deliverable/accomplishment that you have achieved, list out what you feel your strengths are and what opportunities for development you have and your plan to address those opportunities. Ensure that you have something to drink and are dressed comfortably and in a place where you can hear and not be distracted. Good luck!
Good preparation, meditative breathing, understanding your personal triggers, all good ways to work towards easing the nervousness and conquering the sweat.
Never talk down on yourself or anyone else. Be confidant in yourself and experiences and always speak highly of previous employers.